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Articles from Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England) (March 8, 2020)

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'Lionheart' Dylan roaring into his pro debut. 191
206 cases confirmed in UK after second death. 229
34-YEAR SENTENCE FOR EVIL PROPHET WHO ABUSED KIDS. DAVID BENTLEY News Reporter 516
7 tv films of the week. 525
7of the best... MOVIES ABOUT INVISIBILITY. 452
A dream holiday just for two. Want to get aWay from it all With your partner? matthew has the perfect break for you. 965
ALBION ON TOP BUT NOT IN THE LEAGUE TABLE. From JOSEPH CHAPMAN at the Liberty Stadium Tweet @CHAPMANJ92 567
also showing. 355
Ash burns brightest with superb finish. 212
Balding praises 'heroic' players as Mose are edged out by single point. From DAVID LAWRENCE at Granchester Road 671
BATCH COOKS UP A PICS WIN TO KEEP EYES ON PLAY-OFFS. 1133
Battle for consistency can be won; COMMENT. 491
Best-laid plans of Boris hit for six by virus. OUR POLITICAL EDITOR JONATHAN WALKER ON THE BIG ISSUES 510
Bevan's ALBUMS OF THE WEEK. 305
Big fan of Baggies and pubs. 424
Blackett insists winning Wasps can get better. 449
BLUES' DAY GOES ROYALLY WRONG AFTER TOP START; Championship. From BRIAN DICK at St Andrew's Tweet @briandick 601
BOXER'S SECRET HEARTBREAK ON NIGHT OF GLORY. RICHARD AULT News Reporter 1448
BOY, 16, KNIFED IN NECK AFTER BUYING SWEETS; 4 stabbings in horrific night of violence across region. GRAHAM YOUNG News Reporter 676
Brakes upturn ended after quickfire double. 210
BUNFIGHT AT THE OK CHORALE; Kristin Scott Thomas and Sharon Horgan face off as two very different women battling over the best way to achieve harmony in their choir of servicemen's wives. MILITARY WIVES (12A) ..... BY CHRISTOPHER HUNNEYSETT 370
Catch up with old friends from 1961; LETTERS. 172
CELEBRITIES AIMING TO BECOME STAR BAKERS. 528
CITY FIND GODDEN TO GO FIVE CLEAR; IPSWICH 0 COVENTRY 1 Ten to go and Sky Blues have Championship in sights. From ANDY TURNER at Portman Road 878
Cold-blooded murder left witnesses traumatised. 365
Coronavirus blow to risque business, but Morris dance goes on. MIKE LOCKLEY Sunday Mercury Writer 616
Darrell joy as Walsall take a notable scalp. 437
Dredge up past to save us from floods; LETTERS. 270
Drysdale in running for maiden win; GOLF. 378
DUTY CALLS; ON YOUR MARKS, GET SET, GO! MARION McMULLEN LOOKS AT THE CELEBRITIES GETTING UNDER STARTER'S ORDERS FOR SPORT RELIEF. 1063
ENGLAND SEE OFF THE DRAGONS AS TUILAGI GETS RED; ENGLAND 33 WALES 30. DUNCAN BECH at Twickenham Press Association 689
EX-BLUES MANAGER REDKNAPP PAID TO BACK FAKE CHARITY. LAURA HARDING Showbiz Reporter 525
FAB 4 READY TO SET CITY NIGHT ALIGHT; BOXING. with Mike Lockley 1066
FAMILIES OF AIR CREW KILLED 75 YEARS AGO MEET FOR FIRST TIME. MIKE LOCKLEY Sunday Mercury Writer 523
FAR EAST STARS TOO HOT FOR GB HOPES SAYS GAIL; BADMINTON. PAUL SUART 651
FINAL SCORE; ALL THE RESULTS, SCORERS & TABLES. 732
Fraudster arrested for ripping Primark dress and demanding refund. CARL JACKSON Court Reporter 324
GLOVES COME OFF FOR BUCKETLIST CHALLENGE. MIKE LOCKLEY Sunday Mercury Writer 414
Gotta save 'em all. 197
HEARTBREAKING IMAGE OF BABY WHO DIED DUE TO HOSPITAL BLUNDERS. JACK EVANS News Reporter 784
Hit-and-run kills man waiting for bus. 189
HOW ELLY GOT HER GROOVE BACK; La Roux's In For The Kill exploded into the charts four days after Elly Jackson turned 21. Much has changed in the decade since. ALEX GREEN asks the outspoken star about the decline of pop and returning to the limelight. ALEX GREEN 921
HUNDREDS OF BRUM ASHES GO UNCLAIMED. BEN PERRIN News Reporter 437
If it makes you feel good, you should wear it; TV stylist Gemma Sheppard tells KATIE WRIGHT her advice for looking stylish at any age. KATIE WRIGHT 816
Innocent young life snuffed out playing football. 490
It's the turtle package; thet ravelr eview THETRAVELREVIEW Want to enjoy a Caribbean break while also doing something positive for the local community and its amphibious wildlife? FIONNUALA BOURKE has the holiday for you. Fionnuala Bourke 1133
Knife attack pregnant mum thanks 999; OUR POLITICAL EDITOR JONATHAN WALKER ON THE BIG ISSUES. CHARLOTTE PAXTON News Reporter 498
KNIGHT TO REMEMBER! 130-dish Royal menu that first gave rise to 'sirloin' sold for PS3,000. MIKE LOCKLEY Sunday Mercury Writer 517
late deals. 321
Lewington's brace sinks gritty Tigers. 282
licence t CHILL; You'll be in 007 heaven with one of these Bondinspired breaks, writes PAUL COLE. PAUL COLE 996
MCGINN VILLA'S; FOOTBALL. ASHLEY PREECE & PAUL SUUART 589
Meghan will take Harry to cleaners! LETTERS. 291
MIDLANDS TOP MODEL STARS IN HOLLYWOOD. RACHEL LAWTON News Reporter 642
MINIBUS LEFT US STRANDED IN THE DARK AT BEN NEVIS; THE MERCURY INVESTIGATES Three Peaks charity trekkers slam Brum travel firm after nightmare ordeal in cold. MIKE LOCKLEY Sunday Mercury Writer 1285
MOMENT HITMAN RAPPER GIVEN A BEATING FOR HIS YOUTUBE TAUNTS; Killer filmed cowering from rivals now faces 'payback time' behind bars EXCLUSIVE. MIKE LOCKLEY Sunday Mercury Writer 1017
MOTHER COURAGE; Single mum lost her hair and her home, but fought back to run thriving business. ZOE CHAMBERLAIN Sunday Mercury Writer 572
MP'S WHIRLWIND RISE TO POWER AT AGE OF JUST 23. BRETT GIBBONS News Reporter 997
Mum stabbed at home by intruders in night-time raid. 294
Nothing fake about the rugged Outback. WITH LEE GIBSON 751
Nuno: 'Race for fourth' is just talk. 405
Officer and faithful friend Wolfie honoured for bravery. 285
ON-THE-RUN PLAYBOY'S NEW BRUSH WITH LAW; Cheeky fugitive contacts lawyers from hideaway. ANDY RICHARDSON News Reporter 800
ONWARD (U) ... 379
PASTOR FEARED AND REVERED AS 'A KING'. 225
Pep: We pay penalty over and over; blues 1 reading 3. 348
PICKS of the week; YOUR CAN'T-MISS TV SHOWS FOR THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS. 379
Potters' 5-star show marred by Allen blow. 503
QUICK QUIZ; TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF TRIVIA AND CURRENT EVENTS. 231
RECEPTIONIST FACED DOWN GP KNIFEMAN. JONATHAN BAMBER News Reporter 657
Sinking feeling about building more homes; LETTERS. 182
Six-point gap keeps Bilic calm. 524
Skipper Hogg tells Scotland to 'have some fun'. 212
soap dish. 385
SPANISH FLU LEFT PRISONER OF WAR CAMP DEVASTATED; It was the epidemic that ravaged the world. For the first time Sunday Mercury historian RICHARD PURSEHOUSE reveals how Spanish Flu killed more than 400 soldiers and 200 prisoners of war in a small corner of Staffordshire... RICHARD PURSEHOUSE 1473
STALKER EX PUT MONEY FOR KIDS THROUGH LETTERBOX. CARL JACKSON Court Reporter 592
STAR-STUDDED CAST FOR PRIDE OF BRUM; Actors from hit TV dramas set to honour our unsung heroes. PAUL COLE Print Editor 642
Support act need to step up, says boss. NICK MASHITER 327
Take heart from brave fight, Villa! LETTERS. 245
tech NOW; JUSTIN CONNOLLY ROUNDS UP THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 347
There was only one team going to win - Jones. 214
Three Mo wins and Reds will clinch the title; premier league round-up. 479
three to see; WATCH AT HOME Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 337
travel buzz; THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE WORLD. 229
UNITED IN SORROW; 800 soccer shirts donated in memory of player. BARBARA KELLAWAY News Reporter 473
Unseen Dangers; Horror film The Invisible Man follows a woman who fears she is being haunted by her abusive dead husband. Its star Elisabeth Moss talks to GEORGIA HUMPHREYS about why the movie has an important point to make about how victims can also fade into the background. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS 1026
Villa's courage in defeat gives great optimism. MEL EVES 529
WARM-UP BOOST AS JOS AND JOE TURN UP HEAT. RORY DOLLARD in Katunayake Press Association 596
What Sparrow boss says about raft of complaints. 474
Windswept Shan left to rue Moors' missed chances. 325
WOLVES' BID FOR TOP 4 THWARTED BY STRUGGLERS; WOLVES 0 BRIGHTON 0 PREMIER LEAGUE Seagulls worth point on frustrating day. From NICK MASHITER at Molineux 493
World Book Day is a good way of exposing those parents with too much time on their hands! THE FUNNY SIDE OF LIFE... BY OUR HICK FROM THE STICKS! MIKE LOCKLEY 1059
WORLD CUP GOES AHEAD IN BRUM DESPITE EPIDEMIC; More than 10,000 fans came to gymnastics when last held here. PAUL SUART Sunday Mercury Writer 600

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